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NINJA SNOWFLAKE by CorazondeDios NINJA SNOWFLAKE by CorazondeDios
A blizzard of these babies could slice up a city!
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Willdabeast-0305 Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2007  Hobbyist Writer
That is a deadly looking snow flake!

I would not want to be out in a blizzard of those!
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Unownpowers Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2007
Awesome! My cousin work in Antaractica.
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CorazondeDios Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2007
no way! cool! what does he do?
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Unownpowers Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2007
He works for connections for electronic commucation (Such as computers). I remember him taking a picture of himself in hawiian clothing in "summer" there. He recived frost bite on his toes within a few minutes. :lol:
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CorazondeDios Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2007
well that sucks! Now we know what is proper Antartica attire!
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Unownpowers Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2007
Yeah! :nod:
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AndySerrano Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2007  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Actually, I know people who work in Antarctica. They have a research station with a couple hundred people in Antarctica. They would enjoy a shipment of these snowflakes
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CorazondeDios Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2007
omg! you actually know people in Antartica??? Geemaneez! That's amazing!
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AndySerrano Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2007  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
When one of the staff takes leave and comes to Los Angeles, we hike in the mountains together. She tells me they have a lot of fun there, well, when they are not working. There is not much else to do but work. However, when they have free time, they have the most fun and creative parties. When I was in New Zealand, I happened to see the airplane that takes them there in its hangar.
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CorazondeDios Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2007
that's really cool. So, I guess, if you ever had a strong desire to go to Antartica for a vacation, you have some inside connections.

but....

where would you reserve a room in a hotel???
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AndySerrano Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2007  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Ha ha. No hotels in Antaractica. However, you could book a ride on a Russian freighter or ice-breaker!
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CorazondeDios Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2007
seirously? why do they go there? and what on earth would I do when I got there?

photography, I guess. And painting, via Corel Painter on my laptop!
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AndySerrano Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2007  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
The crew has about 200 people, mostly support personnel: engineers, cooks, medical, radio, electricians, etc. The core group is composed of scientists who maintain three satellites and do astronomy. Anyone can apply. Just go through Raytheon Corporation.
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CorazondeDios Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2007
hmmmm......

I'd do it for 40 days -- but I don't know if they allow people for such a short period of time. My husband would miss me and I him if I went for longer....

Do they ever need people for documentaries like for a sound crew? My daughter and son-in-law produce documentaries. Don't know that they'd appreciate me inquiring into possibilities of going to Antartica.
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bear48 Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2007  Professional
NINJA SNOWFLAKE :rofl:

nice job
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CorazondeDios Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2007
thanks.


the only problem with using these as an assassin is that they melt.

but your ok if you are in Siberia.
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bear48 Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2007  Professional
Or with the winter over team in Antarctica "D
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CorazondeDios Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2007
there isn't really anyone to assassinate in Antartica, except penguins.
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bear48 Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2007  Professional
There are 35 to 72 people in the winter over team every year :rofl:
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CorazondeDios Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2007
but no one wants to assassinate them.
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bear48 Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2007  Professional
Have you ever been lock up for a couple of days with scientist, I have

:D
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bear48 Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2007  Professional
I grew up all over but I was born in Austin :D

All this and you never knew anyone who wanted to assassinate someone over their take on the grand unification teary or some such :rofl:
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CorazondeDios Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2007
no.
not unless being locked up in a cabin in Bastrop during hurricane Carla with a PhD in R&D Chemical engineering qualifies.

My dad was a PhD in Chemical Engineering, and we retreated to Bastrop near Austin from our coastal home when Hurricane Carla hit -- Carla was a cat 5. floated entire homes off of their foundations. Tidal surge 22 feet at landfall.
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